2022 Tour card poker player The $2,500 No Limit Hold’em Main Event drew a field of 363 total entries, eclipsing the $750,000 guarantee to build a final prize pool of $816,750. After three kickoffs and an action-packed Day 2, there are now just nine players left with a shot at the title and $176,221 first prize.
The chip leader (pictured above) is Carl Oman with a score of 3,250,000. The Vancouver, Washington resident has had nearly $495,000 in previous tournament winnings to his name, including $188,139 in 2022. WPTDeepStacks Thunder Valley The main event is in April.
Oman will face a lot of tough competition for the final table. The second largest pile belongs to Dan Colpoys (2,850,000). The average high-stakes tournament player has nearly $2.8 million in career tournament earnings to his name and is well-positioned to add to that total in a big way at the event. A hot event on Colboy’s heels in 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event 46th-place finisher Zachary McDiarmid 2,830,000.
McDiarmid won a big hand on day two, besting two-time bracelet-winning Pocket Kings and card player Publisher Barry Shulman with the ace-king to rise to the fore. Shulman, 2009 WSOP Europe Main Event Champion, seated in the middle of the group heading to the final table. He will be looking forward to joining his wife, Allen Shulman, who won the first prize ever CPPT Venice The main event, get the address here.
The fourth largest total heading into the final day belongs to 2021 Where are the millions? Main Event Champion Andrew Moreno. This final table will be a family affair for Moreno, as Johnnie ‘Vibes’ Moreno, a popular poker vlogger who came within one point of winning a tournament Midstate Poker Tour Title in Venice, he is also among the nine remaining contenders.
The Moreno brothers came into the day with a pair of top seven stacks and tied at the same starting table, managing to make their way to the final table.
2011 WSOP Circuit Club Palm Beach Kennel Club Main event winner John Riordan earned 1,6850,000, which is good for seventh place on the leaderboard. The final round of the table is 2019 World Poker Tour Venice Champion Ben Palmer (1,020,000) and 2022 Los Angeles Poker Classic Main event runner-up Jayakrishnan Nair (955,000).
The second day of the event started with only 82 of the 363 players remaining. In the end, three players were eliminated during the same deal with only one elimination before the hand began. As a result, three players ended up chipping away at the first min-cash for the 46th.
A number of notables have cashed in at the event but failed to make it to the final table, including 2013’s WSOP Main Event Champion Ryan Reese (40), two-time bracelet winner Michael Wang (38), five-time bracelet winner Jeremy Ausmus (31), 2021 WPT Five diamonds Champion Taylor Black (30), two-time winner of the bracelet David Jackson (24), winner of the bracelet and WPT Champion Dylan Linde (22), winner of the Jesse Yaginuma bracelet (21), three-time winner of the Chance Cornoth bracelet (20), 2011 WPT 2011 Seminole Hard Rock Showdown Runner-up Kurt Kohlberg (15), 2016 WPT Five diamonds Champion James Romero (12), Stanley Lee (11).
Dismissing Seth Krasny in 10th place ($11,476) was the final night. Play the last nine to the end of level 25 before getting ready for the evening. The final table is scheduled to resume at noon on Monday, November 21st local time. The button will be “John Riordan”.
Here’s a look at the chip counts and seat allocations for the final table:
1. Johnny Moreno – 1,740,000
2. Barry Shulman – 1,740,000
3- Jayakrishnan Nair – 955,000
4. Carl Ammann – 3,250,000
5. Dan Colboys – 2,850,000
6- Zachary McDiarmid – 2,830,000
7. Ben Palmer – 1,020,000
8. Andrew Moreno – 2,480,000
9. John Riordan – 1,685,000
These are the payments that are still being seized:
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